What is fel-o-vax 3?
Fel-O-Vax 3 is an inactivated vaccine that protects against Feline Enteritis, Feline Rhinotracheitis and Feline Calicivirus. VACCINATION PROGRAMS. Cats 8 weeks and older. For an initial vaccination course, two doses are required, injected at an interval of three to four weeks.
Are cats sleepy after vaccinations?
Lethargy & Slight Fever Lethargy, a slight fever, and some mild discomfort are the most common side effects pets get from vaccines. This can be characterized by your pet not acting like their usual self. This is a normal reaction to vaccinations, and the symptoms should be mild and only last one or two days.
What vaccines do my cats need?
There are two basic types of vaccinations for cats.
- Core vaccinations should be given to all cats, as they are essential for protecting them against the following common but serious feline conditions:
- Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia (FVRCP)
- Feline herpesvirus type I (FHV, FHV-1)
Do feline leukemia vaccines work?
How effective is FeLV vaccination? FeLV vaccines have been available for many years and have been continuously improved upon. They are helpful in preventing infection with FeLV and, therefore, in controlling FeLV-related disease. Unfortunately, no vaccine is 100% protective.
Why is my cat acting weird after shots?
Do cats sleep a lot after shots?
Your kitten may be a little sleepy after their vaccine and you may notice a small lump at the site of the injection. This should resolve in 24-48 hours. Although adverse reactions to the vaccine are very rare, should your kitten become unwell after their vaccine, please let us know.
Do cats really need feline leukemia vaccine?
Home » FAQs » Should I vaccinate my cat for Feline Leukemia? According to the guidelines set forth by the American Association of Feline Practitioners, the FeLV vaccine is recommended annually for all cats who go outside where they have exposure to other cats, and/or live with a FeLV infected cat.
Do cats really need leukemia vaccine?